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This year’s Westport Arts Festival has announced the addition of two notable music acts to this year’s October line up. Fionn Regan has already stimulated interest in Ireland and abroad, garnering nominations for the Irish Choice music award and the internationally acclaimed British Mercury music prize. Regan’s acoustic-based music has been compared favourably to Bob Dylan, both in terms of poetic lyrics and for moving from finger-plucking acoustics in his first album The End Of History, to a fuller sound in Shadow of an Empire. His abilities as a wordsmith are evident with a music that is laced with metaphors and analogies. He is an accomplished performer and includes this year’s Glastonbury among his many performances.
Just in case it did not have enough hotels, plans are now in place for the development of yet another hotel in Westport. Leading hotels in this tourist haven for County Mayo include the Castlecourt Hotel, the Westport Plaza, Hotel Westport, Knockranny House Hotel, the Westport Woods Hotel, the Mill Times Hotel, the Wyatt Hotel, the Clew Bay Hotel and the Atlantic Carlton Hotel. Now, as part of an ambitious masterplan, management at Westport House and Country Estate have announced their intention to develop a number of major new residential units including houses, apartments and a hotel, all still subject to planning but which if approved, are tipped to create 100 new jobs in the area in the distant future.
Mystical poetry evening
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Michael Fox, prominent allotments campaigner and chairman of the south Dublin Allotments Association, will address a public meeting organised by the Westport Allotments Association on February 19. The meeting will be held at the Wyatt Hotel and begin at 8pm sharp.
A jubilant crowd welcomed home the Tidy Towns committee at the Wyatt Hotel, Westport on Tuesday evening after the town notched up an impressive victory at the annual Tidy Towns Awards which were held at a gala dinner on Monday night in Dublin. Not alone did the town scoop a hat-trick this decade (2001, 2006 and 2008) in being credited with being the tidiest town in Ireland, but they also received six other awards—Ireland's Tidiest Large Town, gold medal, regional award for the recycle initiative, the Le Gaeilge award, and a regional and county medal—with the win being even sweeter this year as it is the 50th anniversary of the Tidy Towns competition.
Music fans from all over Connacht are planning to congregate in the Wyatt Hotel in Westport for an event that is being billed as the Charity Night of the Stars on Monday December 15 at 9pm.
Mr Michael Kitt TD, Minister of State at the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, presented the winners of the National Tidy Towns Competition (west region) with their prizes on Monday afternoon and also commended five local Tidy Town heroes for their tireless endeavours in selflessly contributing to the public good in their communities.
After the recent resounding success of THEM in both Westport and London, St Patrick’s Drama Group are back with a new production. This time they stage The Telephone Exchange by Niamh Gleeson in the Wyatt Hotel, Westport, from Wednesday April 15 to Saturday April 18.